ANDRE' LEON TALLEY
EDITOR AT LARGE, VOGUE
INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE
Portrait of a Fashion Icon
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 2004
FIFTH AVENUE AT 58th STREET FOURTH FLOOR
PRESS CONTACT DEVON MACK 212 . 645 . 8006
NEW YORK-Workhouse Publicity invites select media to join Andre’ Leon Talley, Editor at Large, Vogue in celebration of Carolina Herrera: Portrait of a Fashion Icon by Alexandra Kotur to take place at Bergdorf Goodman located on Fifth Avenue at 58th Street on the fourth floor on Tuesday, 9 November 2004. Please note this is a closed event and by invitation only. Interested press please contact Devon Mack via firstname.lastname@example.org.Assouline Publishing, the illustrated book publishing house is proud to announce the release of Carolina Herrera: Portrait of a Fashion Icon by Alexandra Kotur with an introduction by Hamish Bowles. Weaving together elegance, delicacy, and femininity, Carolina Herrera has defined a graceful aesthetic that is all her own. Born into an aristocratic Venezuelan family, Herrera's fashion sensibilities developed at the age of 13 when she attended her first fashion show. From her emergence as a renowned beauty surrounded by royals and artists like Andy Warhol, to being known as the woman who dresses women who know how to dress, Carolina Herrera has established herself as a fashion icon. Through the celebrated photography of Annie Leibovitz, Francesco Scavullo, Horst, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Mario Testino, as well as the words of friends, colleagues, and admirers such as Calvin Klein, Ian Schrager, and Bianca Jagger among others, Carolina Herrera is a portrait of one of today's most timeless designers. With an introduction by Hamish Bowles, this book tells the story of one of fashion's most remarkable women. For Serial Rights information, please contact Adam Nelson at email@example.com .Press requests please contact Devon Mack at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Alexandra Kotur, is a Senior Features editor at Vogue, where she develops feature stories and works closely with photographers such as Annie Leibovitz, Jonathan Becker , and Steven Klein on portraits and major portfolios for the magazine.
Hamish Bowles, is the European Editor at large for Vogue. Prior to joining Vogue in 1992 as style editor, Bowles was fashion editor and later style director at Harpers and Queen. Bowles has also served as creative consultant at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's “Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years” exhibition at the Costume Institute.
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From Carolina Herrera: Portrait Of A Fashion Icon by Alexandra Kotur and Hamish Bowles (Assouline, Nov. 2004).
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